Baxi uSense 2 Smart Room Thermostat

The Baxi uSense 2 is a simple to use smart room thermostat compatible with Baxi combi boilers and air source heat pumps.

As well as helping to comply with the Building Regulations, you can schedule your heating to come on each day to suit you and your household’s lifestyle.

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Features and benefits

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Technical specifications

  • 2 year parts-only warranty
  • Boiler+ compliant when fitted to the new ranges (Combi only)
  • Low voltage control
  • Zoning capability for floor space >180m2 (requires multiple uSense 2)
  • Optional Baxi uSense 2 Gateway and Power Adaptor Kit
  • ERP Control Class ‘V’ Contributing 3% in SAP
  • Our Thermostat app to control heating and hot water schedules remotely via a smart device for greater comfort


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Save £5,000 with the Boiler Upgrade Scheme

If you are upgrading your heating system, have you considered installing an air source heat pump? Right now, you could be eligible for a grant of £5,000 to help with the installation cost.

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  • We answer your questions about the new my Baxi app 
  • How to turn down the flow temperature of your boiler
  • How to rest a Baxi boiler
  • What temperature should a boiler be set at?

We explain how to set up your My Baxi app, how to set the temperature for hot water, how to set up your heating schedule, how to pair it with your smart speaker, and much more.

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There's been a lot in the news lately about reducing the flow temperature of your boiler to save you money on your gas bills. But what do they mean by 'flow temperature'? Do you have the right sort of boiler and heating system to do it? And, if so, how do you reduce it? We answer these questions and guide you through the process.

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Read how to reset your boiler, whether it has a dedicated reset button, an ON/OFF/SELECTOR switch or a thermostat control knob.

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We explain how to use your boiler controls and what temperature they should be set at.

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